Looks much like the Dingo....
new mine-resistant high-mobility carrier in a similar category to the lighter versions of the US MRAP (mine-resistant ambush-protected) vehicle series has been presented in Poland.
Designated the M-ATV G10, the vehicle was designed by Wroclaw-based automotive company Dom Samochodowy Germaz in partnership with the Wroclaw Insititute of Technology using research funds provided by the Polish Ministry of Education and Higher Education.
The G10 is the first such vehicle to have been developed in Poland based on a classic Unimog U5000 chassis. It can carry up to 10 soldiers (driver, commander, and gunner plus seven dismounts). Like others in its class, the G10 is relatively large, being 2.64 m high and 2.38-2.46 m wide (the crew capsule having a width of 1.92 m). According to Germaz the gross weight varies between 12.5-14.5 tonnes (depending on variant), the empty weight being 9.04-9.4 tonnes for a two-seat variant, through to 9.91-10.75 tonnes for a five-seater and 10.71-12 tonnes for a 10-seater.
The vehicle may be fitted with a 222 or 306 hp diesel engine, with an optional automatic gearbox. It is intended to have a top speed of 100 km/h and a cruising speed of 70 km/h carrying its maximum payload. Road range with 200 litres of fuel is put at 600 km, and 300 km off road.
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